A collection of poems by Sylvia Plath. "In these poems...Sylvia Plath becomes herself, becomes something imaginary, newly, wildly and subtly created." -- From the Introduction by Robert Lowell"
At four-thirty one Saturday afternoon the laws of physics as we know them underwent a change. Electronic devices, cars, industries stopped. The lights went out. Any technology more complicated than a lever or pulley simply wouldn't work. A new set of rules took its place—laws that could only be called magic. Ninety-nine percent of humanity has simply vanished. Cities lie abandoned. Supernatural creatures wander the silenced achievements of a halted civilization.Pete Garey has survived the Change and its ensuing chaos. He wanders the southeastern United States, scavenging, lying low. Learning. One day he makes an unexpected friend: a smartassed unicorn with serious attitude. Pete names her Ariel and teaches her how to talk, how to read, and how to survive in a world in which a unicorn horn has become a highly prized commodity.When they learn that there is a price quite literally on Ariel's head, the two unlikely companions set out from Atlanta to Manhattan to confront the sorcerer who wants her horn. And so begins a haunting, epic, and surprisingly funny journey through the remnants of a halted civilization in a desolated world.
Updated in 2015 to include Disney's newest princesses, Merida and Rapunzel, Learn to Draw Disney: Favorite Princesses captures the latest art and style of all the Disney princesses, including Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Ariel, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, and Tiana. Whether she comes from a faraway land, a delightful castle, an enchanted wood, or under the sea, each princess featured in Learn to Draw Disney: Favorite Princesses has her own special story about her journey to "happily ever after." Now young princesses-in-training can imagine their own fairy tales while learning to draw their favorite Disney princesses. Also included are several lead characters from the time-cherished Disney movies that made these princesses legendary.
Ariel's sister Aquata is having a birthday celebration. It's going to be a fun-filled day, complete with a special concert, and Ariel is excited about visiting her family. If only Prince Eric could go under the sea, too. At the party, Aquata wishes that Ariel could stay with them forever. At that very moment, a rare solar eclipse hits, and the wish comes true! Will Ariel ever be able to break the spell and return to Eric-and her life as a human?
[Read by Cassandra Morris] This collection includes tales of four Disney Princesses all in one volume! ARIEL: The Shimmering Star Necklace: Ariel's young friend Marina is missing! The only clue she left behind is a mysterious diary entry about a secret new friend. Now Ariel must follow the clues along with Sebastian, Flounder, and Scuttle in order to find Marina in this delightful princess adventure! BELLE: The Mysterious Message:It isn't easy being the prisoner of the fearsome Beast, but Belle is making the most of it. There are so many rooms to explore in the elaborate castle - including an amazing library. This may not be so bad after all! Things get even more interesting when Belle discovers a secret message hidden in one of the books. She soon realizes she's hot on the trail of a decades-old mystery! Will Belle, with the help of Lumiere, an enchanted candelabrum, and a teacup named Chip, be able to solve this beastly case? RAPUNZEL: A Day to Remember: Rapunzel has lived in her secret tower in the woods for eighteen years. Not one to remain idle, she keeps busy with music, painting, cooking, and even astronomy. With her best friend - a chameleon named Pascal - to keep her company, and a vivid imagination to keep them both entertained, Rapunzel has lots of adventures to dream up! CINDERELLA: The Lost Tiara: When a palace messenger brings word that Cinderella's new grandmother-in-law is coming to visit, everyone in the castle scrambles to prepare for her arrival. Cinderella wants everything to be perfect for her first royal guest! As a special surprise, Cinderella decides to wear the beautiful tiara that Grandmama sent as a wedding gift. But when Cinderella goes to the royal vault, she discovers the crown is missing! Can she find it before Grandmama arrives at the palace?
• 35 Pictures • Good quality and high resolution • You can use pens, pencils, markers, and crayons • Each coloring page is on a separate sheet • This book will be useful gift for girls!
Disney , enchanted stories with princess dolls to dress Includes storybook, 2 magnet dolls with stands to dress, 8 reversible magnetic gowns, 8 purses, 224 reusable stickers, 15 sparkling stick-on jewels, 1 reversible play scene
Ariel Kimber is a seventeen year old girl who has recently discovered she is no ordinary girl.She's a witch and she's got magic.Her world is turned upside down with this discovery and the recent death of a parent. She struggles to learn the way of the world of magic while mourning for her hideous mother and trying to find her place amongst her coven.It's not easy being the only girl with seven guys and she works hard to get to know them all because they are her coven, whether she likes it or not.This is the second book in a series. It's Reverse Harem and slow burn.Contains subject matter that may cause triggers.
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Ariel Juvenil recoge las obras más importantes e influyentes de la literatura universal, en una versión adaptada con ilustraciones tipo cómic. El último mohicacno es parte de esta gran colección. Esta obra nos muestra la pugna entre los indios nativos y la pujante raza blanca, ansiosa de conquistar los territorios aún desconocidos de Norteamérica. Sin embargo, también se nos da a conocer el conflicto entre colinazodores ingleses y franceses, conquistadores que dejaron sus influencias perennemente en Estados Unidos y Canadá.
Nykänen’s twist on Nordic crime fiction may be the most inventive of the year. Ariel Kafka, a middle-aged bachelor, is a detective in Helsinki (think early Harry Hole) and, as far as he knows, the only Jew on the entire Helsinki police force, which is why he’s picked to head up the investigation of a series of murders that began with two Arabic-looking men who may have been shouting Jewish obscenities as they died. Set during the days leading up to Yom Kippur, this complex tale moves quickly, as Ari attempts to figure it all out. With pressure from his colleagues, police administration, his brother, and the local Jewish community, can he uncover everything before the holiest day in the Jewish calender? The clever combination of classic Jewish themes with the traditions of Nordic crime makes for a refreshing tale with wide appeal. And the subtle humor, combined with a hero who is not completely depressed and alcoholic, makes it even better. Not just for readers of Nordic fiction, this should also be suggested to those who relate to New York Jewish detectives, including Lenny Briscoe (from Law & Order) and John Munch (from Homicide and Law & Order: SVU), as well as readers who enjoy the black humor of Stuart MacBride.’ BooklistHarri Nykänen, born in Helsinki in 1953, was a well-known crime journalist before turning to fiction. He won the Finnish crime writing award The Clue in 1990 and in 2001. His fiction exposes the local underworld through the eyes of the criminal, the terrorist, and, most recently, from the point of view of an eccentric Helsinki police inspector.
Book of poetry by Sylvia Plath written in the last months of her life.